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attacked and investigators say they were finally able to track don the man they were killed her. it was the dna left on her fingernails that ultimately led them to her killer. the body of the 21-year-old was found in a dumpster in mountain view in 1985. 28 years ladder police finally got a dna match. >> if you scratch someone, whether you're trying to defend yourself in any sort of struggle, there's a good chance that person's skin cells will wiped up under your fingernails and that's as good as a fingerprint in identifying somebody. >> the d.a.'s office say the dna led them to 53-year-old daniel garcia of fresno. he was arrested on friday after questioning him the day before. >> his statement certainly was consistent with what we believed happened in the case, and gave us more information that allowed us to make this arrest. >> investigators had revisited this cold case over the years but only recently advances in technology helped the crime lab develop a dna profile from the fingernails. the database of convicted felons helped find a match. for the victim's family, this long awaited a
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